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The Club Helping Veterans is a diverse group of individuals, with one thing in common: We all have a tremendous love and respect for our country and for those who risk their lives every day, whether on American soil or abroad, in securing our nation’s freedoms and liberties. We encourage those who share this respect to join us in support of all those who have served and still are serving.
nWe are a non-profit corporation. Our primary mission is to provide financial assistance to Heroes and their families in their time of need when other resources are not available in a timely manner.
For example, club members must adhere to a code of conduct while wearing their outlaw club’s colors, and women who associate with the groups are expected to behave in specific ways. In fact, many of these bikers appreciate a military-style hierarchy. Rules are integral to life in an outlaw biker club.
Some of the regulations are simple mandates all motorcycle club members must follow. Other rules are unique to particular clubs such as the Hells Angels, the Bandidos, or the Outlaws. Members must follow each set of regulations or else face strict punishment.
If you are looking to find a group of well-established and safe to ride with, you’ve found us. We were founded as a formal motorcycle club in Boston in 1985, and are still going strong. We focus on safe riding and we also ride for charities that are near and dear to our hearts.